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Posted by Tarvo on December 23, 2004 22:00:44 UTC

To put it simply, "absolutely dynamic" means that everything can change, which means that any system can emerge within a bigger system. The system was derived based on that condition, the derivation is on my web page.

But the only thing it has been trained to do so far, is what you can see yourself when you run the di.str file. It is not anything exciting, you only see that both the output window and the input window are filled with “HI “-s most of the time, in the output window they are all written in a single cycle. Though when you open dt0 as a training program, it shall search for another alternatives in the output window. It took several months to train the system to that, otherwise it was easy, all that was necessary for training was to reply with “HI “ when it did output “HI “ in a single cycle. This is very primitive, but it proves a few things. The rest is theory. What prevents training such systems to anything else is the time it takes, who has a patience to do that when it is not known how much time it takes, say that it may take a year to have any results. The computers of today are terribly slow.

Well, everything is written in the project, web sites and forum. Just one thing to say, is what organic stuff may implement such (absolutely dynamic) system. As it seems it may be something like flagella, a structures made of microtubules, which move only because of the changing structure of these same microtubules. But neurons seems to work too fast for such implementation. Anyway, the network of neurons is certainly a network with changing connections, as neurons themselves change connections between them, as it was also written in the ScienceDaily article referred to.

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